EFL Managers of the Season: Neil Warnock, Paul Hurst And John Colemanby Jack Kitson / 03 April 2018, 18:13Tweet
Congratulations to Neil Warnock, Paul Hurst and John Coleman who have won the Manager of the Year awards for their respective leagues.
All 72 Football League managers cast their votes for the coveted accolade, which each of the above trio of gaffers can now add to their mantelpieces.
Warnock is currently attempting to win a whopping eighth promotion as a manager, with Cardiff 2nd in the Championship, eight points above Fulham in 3rd, with seven games to go.
Few would back against the Bluebirds bagging an automatic promotion place, especially given the Welsh outfit's current form: 25 points from their last nine matches.
Meanwhile, Wolves boss Nuno Santo will no doubt be disappointed at missing out on the award.
Paul Hurst has done a simply superb job since he took over at Shrewsbury Town in October 2016. The Shrews were rock-bottom of the third-tier at the time, but Hurst steered the club to safety, while this season they have been in the mix for automatic promotion from the get-go.
At the time of writing Shrewsbury (2nd) are in a three-way battle with leaders Blackburn and Wigan for the top-two spots up to the Championship.
Down in League Two few, if any, could have predicted that John Coleman's Accrington Stanley would be leading the way with seven matches remaining, but that is exactly what's happened, with the club three points clear with two games in hand.